The book the holocaust of texts genocide literature and personification amy hungerford is published by university of chicago press. When we exalt the literary as personal and construe genocide as less a destruction of human life than of culture we esteem memory over learning short circuit debates about cultural extinction and drastically limit our conception of literature and its purpose. In this bracing study amy hungerford argues that such personification has become pivotal to our contemporary understanding of both literature and genocide personified texts she contends play a particularly powerful role in works where the systematic destruction of entire ethnic groups is at issue. These additional online resources from the us holocaust memorial museum will help you learn more about the holocaust and research your family history holocaust encyclopedia the holocaust encyclopedia provides an overview of the holocaust using text photographs maps artifacts and personal histories. The holocaust of texts has 8 ratings and 2 reviews chris said this work of literary criticism aims to invigorate and pioneer a new dimension in postwar
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